U.S. Federal Reserve Monetary Policy and Report

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U.S. Federal Reserve 1 Running head: U.S. FEDERAL RESERVE MONETARY POLICY AND REPORT U.S. Federal Reserve Monetary Policy and Report Joey D. Finley University of Phoenix
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U.S. Federal Reserve Monetary Policy and Report “Money is one of the most important subjects of your entire life. Some of life's greatest enjoyments and most of life's greatest disappointments stem from your decisions about money. Whether you experience great peace of mind or constant anxiety will depend on getting your finances under control.” – (Robert G. Allen) Money is measured as a means of trade. Money is commonly a standard representation of worth, used as compensation for goods or to quantify capital. The recent events of the year and a half have led to a recession caused by a collapse of a booming housing market is the United States. A report overseen by Chairman of the Federal Reserve, Ben Bernanke, graphically shows all the workings of the U.S. economic market starting approximately 1997 to early 2009. This report states what was done wrong and what needs to be done to improve the current economic state of climbing out of a recession. The United States’ central bank is the bank of all other banks in the nation. The Federal
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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